If the Greens are truly looking to make inroads, they should not be soliciting tired advice from politicos of yesteryear.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May says Warren Kinsella isn’t running their campaign and committed to keeping to the party’s values of respect. That sounds like a Herculean task, write Erica Ifill and Amy Kishek. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—What is Elizabeth May thinking?
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According to a Senate spokesperson, the Senate's in-house compensation team has developed 'effective work-arounds and capacity to promptly fix any errors' associated with the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system.
David Merner, a failed Green candidate from B.C., says there are encouraging signs the party could come close to surpassing the NDP in its fundraising numbers next year. He is vying to take the reins from Elizabeth May.